Come Join Our Family

Pinecrest Academy seeks motivated faculty and staff who are committed to implementing our educational philosophy of Integral Formation®, developing the human, intellectual, spiritual, and apostolic dimensions of the whole child.

When you join the Pinecrest Academy team, you become part of our family. Our faculty and staff partner to provide an authentic Catholic education that encourages students to seek Beauty, Goodness, and Truth in a Christ-centered environment.

Working at Pinecrest Academy isn’t just a career, it’s a joyful commitment to imparting a philosophy of education that brings souls closer to Christ, engages students to think critically, discover their God-given gifts, and be prepared for the next chapter in their lives. If you have a love for children, a love for education, and a love for Christ, please consider applying to become a part of our team!

Take a look at our website and learn about our history, our method of Catholic education, and some of the distinctive features of our Lower, Middle, and High Schools. Consider following us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube, for a window into our wonderful school.
If you are interested in faculty and staff positions, please send a cover letter and resumé to careers@pinecrestacademy.org.

For coaching positions, please send a cover letter and resumé to Shawn Coury at scoury@pinecrestacademy.org.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Job Openings

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  • Development Coordinator-Fundraising Programs

    Development Coordinator - Fundraising Programs
    Position Summary (full time 40 hr/wk)

    Position Overview

    Primary fundraising responsibilities are for the Pinecrest Annual Fund and the GOAL scholarship program. Responsible for planning, implementing, monitoring, and achieving Annual Fund program goals.  Will create communications, appeals, and run phonathons, train volunteers and implement all donor stewardship and recognition programs. Responsible for the time sensitive Georgia GOAL program, and other fundraising duties as needed, including help with Capital Campaign.  Also, will be responsible for writing and sending acknowledgement letters to donors, using our fundraising software to run reports, reconcile gifts monthly with the business office, oversee budget expenditures, update fundraising dashboard, and complete financial reports.
    1. The Development Coordinator for fundraising programs is responsible for all fundraising programs implemented throughout the course of a fiscal year.
    2. The Development Coordinator is responsible for achieving the fundraising goal for the Pinecrest Annual Fund, the GOAL scholarship program, stewardship programs, acknowledgement of donors and managing the expense budget for the department.
    3. Has responsibility for ensuring a successful Annual Fund appeal, putting a plan in place and learning all necessary office systems for recognition, stewardship, and communications using best practices and current trends. 
    4. Staffs the Development Committee of the Board of Directors, representing their interests and implementing any ideas, events or programs that come from this committee.
    5. The Development Coordinator analyzes, segments, and maintains records for all appeals for determining best use of resources and most effective solicitation strategies.
    6. The Development Coordinator has no direct reports but works closely with all members of the Development Office team, manages volunteers, and works well independently.
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  • Development Coordinator-Special Events

    Development Coordinator - Special Events 
    Position Summary (full time 40 hr/wk)

    Position Overview

    Responsible for creating a special events calendar, planning, and implementing all development special events; including recruiting and training volunteers.  Responsible for specific fundraising goals assigned by each event.  Events can include but are not limited to; Pinecrest Annual Gala, Stewardship events, Sword and Shield dinner, School Fun Run, Bowlathons, Golf Outings, Music of the Night, and misc. school fundraisers as needed. 
    1. The Development Coordinator for special events is responsible for planning and executing all fundraising events.
    2. The Development Coordinator for Special events works closely with the other members of the Development team and also works well independently and has no direct reports.
    3. Is responsible for creating volunteer teams to help with event fundraising but holds ultimate responsibility for each event.
    4. The Development Coordinator for Special Events maintains all records and confidential information relating to all fundraising events.
    5. Is responsible for gift processing, database management, gift receipts, use of Raiser's Edge software and reporting, manages event budgets to ensure expenses are controlled and revenues maximized.
    6. Works closely with the Alumni Relations Liaison and oversees any Parent Alumni programs and events are coordinated with the liaison and the development office.
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  • Lower School Teacher

    Lower School Teacher

    Position Overview

    The Lower School teacher creates and maintains an effective learning environment for his students.
    The teacher knows, assimilates, and fully practices the ideals, principles, and teaching methodology
    of integral formation. The teacher carries out his or her work professionally and with a spirit of
    initiative, creating an environment of confidence and respect. The Lower School teacher fosters a
    love for the truth, and a love for learning, and works to effectively carry out the mission of forming
    Christian servant leaders.

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  • Substitute Teacher

    Position Overview
    1. The Substitute Teacher is accountable to the Principal or Assistant Principle The Substitute Teacher is responsible for providing classroom coverage for a teacher who is absent.
    2. The substitute works the regular hours of the absent classroom teacher during his/her absence. Including but not limited to lunch, carpool, after care duties.
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Our Motto:


The mission of Pinecrest Academy is reflected in the word Integer, which is Latin for “whole,” or “entire,” and reflects our goal of forming the whole child as an authentic “Person in Christ.” The school motto Semper Altius, means “Always Higher,” and challenges our students, parents, staff and faculty to strive for excellence in all areas of Integral Formation® - intellectual, spiritual, human and apostolic.

Meet some of our faculty:

    • Meet Sarah, Alumna and Teacher

    • Meet Alison, High School Art Teacher

    • Meet Jay, PreK-8th Grade Dean of Students

    • Meet Mr. Martelli, Math Teacher and Soccer Coach

Our Mission: To form Christian leaders who will transform society.